Informing the nursing profession and sharing members' stories

Top 10 tips for statement writing

Consider these points if you're asked to write a statement for an investigation at work, in response to a complaint, or about an unexpected incident

Nursing in a pandemic

Nurse Joanne, who is deaf, has been redeployed during the pandemic and is calling for clear masks to be introduced in clinical settings to help nursing staff who rely on lip-reading

Beneath the mask

Inspired by the resilience and teamwork of colleagues on the COVID-19 pandemic frontline, ICU nurse Emily decided to document the historic time through photography

Special Lifetime Achievement Award

Learn more about Baroness Audrey Emerton of Tunbridge Wells, whose unique and remarkable career has seen her become the first ever recipient of a special RCN award

Fellowships and Honorary Fellowship

We announce eight new RCN fellowships and an honorary fellowship to recognise exceptional people who share our commitment to advancing nursing

Turning the tragedy around

How one award-winning nurse is fighting for better health outcomes for mothers and babies in black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities

Nursing in a pandemic

RCN steward Hilary Nelson shares how she's been supporting members during the pandemic while working in a busy intensive care unit in Scotland

Seize the moment

Marion Allcock asks if the COVID-19 pandemic is the cue for people to embrace a healthier lifestyle

Looking back

On 5 July 1948, health care professionals across the UK rolled up their sleeves for a historic day at work - the NHS had arrived

‘It finally feels as though an open conversation about race has started’

Paediatric nurse Nicola shares her experiences of racism within health care as well as the hope for the future recent events have given her

History makers

Inspiration for the next generation of RCN Presidents

Could you be RCN President?

Time is running out to put yourself forward for the role

Celebrating BAME nursing history

In recognition of the incredible diversity of our nursing workforce, the RCN Library and Archives team has uncovered stories of black, Asian and minority ethnic nurses from decades past

Caring through COVID-19

As 19 June marks 100 days since the global pandemic was declared, we bring together our key sources of support and explain how we’ve been campaigning on your behalf throughout the crisis

In conversation with…Dame Elizabeth Anionwu

RCN Fellow Dame Elizabeth Anionwu talks about her inspiring career, the obstacles she overcame, and the discrimination that black nurses still face today